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There are many problems plaguing California at the moment that demand urgent attention.
Nothing is that urgent, and if it is, your team will call or text you.
The more obvious something seems, the more urgent the need to question it.
Sustainability isn’t just an urgent ethical issue — it sells.
“Agencies recognize that there’s an urgent need to envision themselves as a group that values diversity but they’re not there yet,” said Nandi Welch, co-founder and head of business strategy for the brand consultancy Rupture.
OutRight Action International notes 100 percent of the fundraiser’s proceeds “will be passed on to Helem to use for the support of the LGBTIQ community, the center’s relief efforts, and any other urgent needs on the ground.”
The data we used is also less likely to reflect tests done in private physicians’ offices than federally-funded community sites, local government-run mobile pop-up sites, urgent care clinics and hospitals.
I think this work is increasingly urgent because that’s what we’re going to see continue to happen to the news industry in this country, is a lot more out of work journalists.
Meanwhile, the media companies have seen their traditional TV businesses decline, which has made it more urgent for them to pivot to streaming.
As the move toward subscriptions becomes increasingly urgent for publisher survival, newsletter referral programs have become a steady and cost effective way of acquiring new subscribers compared to paid acquisitions.

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